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HP AMP 120 Printer - Black $24 @ Harvey Norman

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Great price drop in past 3 months from $179 —> $78 —>$48 —> Now $24 as per pricehipster.

The HP AMP 120 Printer combines a sleek and compact printer with a high quality Bluetooth speaker to bring you a convenient and versatile device for your home. You can control music and printing functions directly from your phone, allowing you to access the HP AMP from anywhere in your home.

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  • Delivery no longer available!

    • +1

      Yeah pick up only for me and none available nearby

  • Mine already shipped.

  • Suprised they have over 4000 units and counting…

  • +1

    Thanks op… Rqd another cheap printer.
    Bummer I didn't see this earlier, missed out on free delivery..

  • Pickup too far away for me.. the cost of driving to available stores is more than the printer! Thanks anyways! :)

    • I couldnt help myself, so when you check out put in surname your name and "(OR your good mates name)" so your good mate can pick it up easier :)

  • +1

    Noob question may be but does it do the document scanning?

    • Manual says it doesn’t have it.

  • Yo guys for the Epson printers, I have an epson printer that looks the same as the 450 but with refiillable cartridge, do you think it would work if I buy An empty cartridge container and just refill it with the 16 per bottle for the 450 printer that looks the same as my one. I have the wf2510

    • looks the same

      you sure canon and epson use the same cartridge ?

      • +1

        I suspect different chips.

      • No i mean if you google it, wf2510 and ecotank printers are the same except one has a tank of ink. But not sure if the ink is the same though. If it is then high quality ink with cheap prive

  • Wonder how much stock assuming so many people including me who ordered two there must be infinate stock levels…

  • Still stock at Fountain Gate.

    • Not any more

  • I'm surprised that this deal is so popular. I thought hp printers can't get third party ink and the OEM ink is crazy expensive. Is there a printer which is a bargain in the long run?

    • HP and third party ink is messy business. They backpedaled years ago when they release firmware that blocked third party cartridges but seem to always try and squeeze it back in with firmware updates. So it's a lottery if it'll work or not out of the box.

    • +2

      Is there a printer which is a bargain in the long run?

      Laser printers.
      The Brother HL1110 used to show up at Officeworks rebranded as Fuji Xerox for $29.

      • I haven't use ink printer at home for last 5 years. Get a Laser printer is better, faster and more reliable.

    • +1

      Epson Ecotanks, or Canon G3600.

  • +3

    Bloody hell I didn't expect to buy a printer today.

  • Is there stock anywhere?

    • i couldn't find within sydney anymore

      • Try Penrith.

        • oh man cbb driving that far bahahhaha

  • How many pages do the starter Toners last for?

    • ~100 each

  • +2

    Just stick with printing most of the stuff at work and the printer use only for emergencies. Then it works out and who cares how many pages you get out of it…

    • +1

      That was exactly my thinking in picking up one.

  • +7

    Just the other decade I was thinking to myself… I wish someone would create a product that could produce amplified sound and printed media. Finally that day has come.

  • please mark as out of stock as no more store anywhere in australia.

    • My nearest store (in QLD) still showing stock

  • +1

    Received a back order email

    • Just received a back order email as well.

  • Printer to play music. That is what they call Innovation!

  • +3

    Quick Heads Up for Everyone.

    https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/au/en/static/1/16306/pro...

    HP are offering cashback on purchases of 2 or more eligible HP inks.
    The inks can be purchased from pretty much any shop (doesn't have to be from HP directly)

    (HP65 & HP65XL are the ink refills for this printer)

    This offer ends on the 30th of April.

  • +2

    Picked up mine today now I'm thinking "why the bloody hell did I buy a printer?".

    • Enjoy the bluetooth speaker. :P

    • +1

      Just the fun of unboxing must be worth a few bucks!! :-)

    • +5

      I am happy with both the speaker and the quality of print. For that price it is pretty amazing. But then again I am a modest person, people with very high standards should not go for a $24 printer.

  • Can the starter ink last to print 240 b/W pages?

  • +1

    I had my order confirmed but when I tried to pick up today they said no stock available and I’ll be receiving a refund shortly :(

    • I'm on the same boat unfortunately ):

      • Anybody interested as i got one ready for pickup in western Syd but i have decided to go with laser printer.

        • I’m interested, whereabouts in wester Sydney are you?

      • you mean you've received "Ready for pickup" email but no stock when you were there to collect?

    • you mean you've received "Ready for pickup" email but no stock when you were there to collect ?

  • Good deal! But it seems to be out of stock pretty much everywhere.

  • Got one for son, who's at Uni. HN out on Central Coast, but they told me to try Domayne who had 2.
    Fun unboxing it together.
    Great speaker. Thanks OP.

    • PS one left at Domayne West Gosford;Same price as HN.

  • Hi All, Can anyone please help me with the wireless set up. The instructions in the manual that came along are pretty generic and I am not even able to configure the printer to connect to wifi. Thanks very much.

    • I am also unable to connect with wi fi network… can anyone help please ?

    • You can set up the wireless connection through the "HP Smart" app.

  • $68 Now

  • Ours seems to have run out of ink after printing only two A4 photos. Is this to be expected?

    • +1

      Yep, ink lifespan estimates is based on maybe 5% coverage on Eco mode. Very misleading compared to real world usage.